As most people may know, Panduranga-पांडुरंग is another name of Vithoba, who is a Hindu god predominantly worshipped in the Indian states of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Goa, Telangana, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh.
Vithoba is generally considered a manifestation of the god Vishnu or his avatar, Krishna.
Vithoba is often depicted as a dark young boy, as can be seen from below pic,
However, if we go by the meaning of the word, Panduranga, it loosely means 'the white god' in Sanskrit where 'Pandu' means whitish and 'ranga' means colour. So that translates Panduranga as God with white colour.
Of course, Vithoba is well known as god with dark complexion and hence associating a white colour name (Panduranga) to Vithoba is bit confusing.
As per Wikipedia, The Jain author-saint Hemachandra notes that Panduranga is also used as an epithet for the god Rudra-Shiva.
My Question: is there any scripture reference exist where Shiva is referred or called by name Panduranga?